Yearly Archives: 2009

Light a Candle for Jewish Music in Greater Boston

Boston Jewish Music Festival
Preview Concert
January 10, 2010
7:30 PM
Temple Aliyah, Needham

See the group that’s all the rage, one of Israel’s hottest acts, Habanot Nechama,
in a special concert at Temple Aliyah in Needham.
The concert is sponsored by Temple Aliyah, Temple Beth Shalom, the Israeli Consulate
and the Boston Jewish Music Festival
Ticket Price:$18
Order tickets online at
Temple Aliyah
1664 Central Ave., Needham, MA

Preliminary Schedule
Boston Jewish
Music Festival

Saturday 3/6: Opening Night Gala Concert, 30th Anniversary of the Klezmer Conservatory
Band with special guests vocalist Judy Bressler and Don Byron, clarinet. Also: JDub
recording artists Golem.
7:30 PM
at Berklee Performance Center.

Sunday 3/7: Family Music Concerts, 1 PM. Shira Kline and Shir-La-La, JCC in Newton;
Peter & Ellen Allard, Metrowest Community Day School; Yehuda Katz, Sharon/South

Yiddish concert in Tel Aviv

Yiddish Concert in Tel Aviv this Saturday, December 26, 2009
at 9:30pm.
Lenka Lichtenberg writes: “Hi! If you happen to be in Israel this week – you know where to find
some fine new Yiddish music! Daniel Hoffman on violin, Kinneret Sagee on clarinet, Alexis Basque
on trumpet… good stuff!

Event: Yiddish concert in Tel Aviv this Saturday, December 26, 9:30pm
“Lenka Lichtenberg (voice, piano), Daniel Hoffman (violin), Kinneret Sagee
(clarinet), Alexis Basque (trumpet).”
Where: Cultural Center in Bet Ariela
Street: Shaul Hamelekh 25
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

Metropolitan Klezmer Dec 25 Klezmer Special

Jewish Museum: Dec 25 Klezmer Special on Friday, December 25 at
Eve says, “Metropolitan Klezmer plays that special day next week in NYC:
Friday 12/25 at The Jewish Museum.
Very special guests too.
Kids FREE, 12:30pm & 2pm sets… Santa Klez is coming uptown!
Event: Jewish Museum: Dec 25 Klezmer Special
“Santa Klez is coming uptown!”
Start Time: Friday, December 25 at 12:30pm
Where: The Jewish Museum (on 92nd St) NYC

Twenty Years of Hannukah Happens

The Brotherhood and Music Committee of Temple Emanuel proudly present
Hanukkah Happens – Twenty Years
Thursday, December 24, 2009, 7:30 PM
Temple Emanuel, 385 Ward St., Newton
with the
Zamir Chorale of Boston
Joshua Jacobson, Artistic Director
Cantor Elias Rosemberg, Hazzan
Concert admission (open seating): Adults – $25; Children under 13 – $15
Proceeds to benefit American Friends of Magen David Adom.
For more information and tickets, please visit
email or call 617-558-8100.

Zamir Chorale at Merkin Hall

If you’ll be in the New York City area on December 24, you will enjoy this evening of Jewish music. Matthew Lazar will conduct the Zamir Chorale in its
Annual Winter Concert
at Merkin Concert Hall (129 W. 67th Street) NYC,
at 7:30 p.m.

Featuring Cantor Jacob Ben-Zion Mendelson as guest soloist, the program will include a wide range of gems from the Jewish choral repertoire, from (post-) Hanukkah favorites to Paul Ben-Haim’s impressive “Roni Akara” to Maurice Goldman’s “Strange Happenings” (aka Avremele Melamed) and Moishe Oysher’s “Chad Gadya.”

Tickets at $36 and $25 are on sale at the box office, 212-501-3330,
or online at

Avi Fox-Rosen’s HANUKAH SPECTACULAR at Banjo Jims!

9pm – Benjy Fox-Rosen Band (yiddish art song, klez, pez)
10pm – Special Hanuka Lamp Screwing Ceremony led by Avi
10:15pm – Yiddish Princess (rock in yiddish)
11:15 – Breslov Bar Band
Celebrate the Miracle of Successfully Resisting Cultural Hegemony!
“But, how?” you ask.
Easy Peasy!!! By going to hear your three favorite bands playing perverse derivatives of Jewish music. And screwing the 5th bulb into Avi Fox-Rosen’s Electric Hanuka Lamp.

Banjo Jim’s
700 East 9th Street
New York, NY 10009-5309
(212) 777-0869

NYC Sephardic Music Festival — TONIGHT!!

Sunday December 13th
years NYC Sephardic Music Festival.
Elie Massias will be playing songs in Hebrew, Spanish, Ladino and French, originals and some of
the classics rearranged from the shuls of Gibraltar’s
Sephardic Community.
Elie will be playing Guitar, Cajon and Soprano Saxophone and creating loops in real time
through the Boomerang looping machine. The music will draw from the sounds of
Andalucia’s Flamenco, African rhythms, Sephardic and the many other musics
he learned through the years
Ladino Chanteuse Rivka Amado and her band will also be performing.

Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue
3 West 70th St. at Central Park West NY NY
7pm | $15 adv or $18 door | all ages
phne 212-873-0300 x221

A Heymishe Yiddishe Chanuke TODAY!

The American Society for Jewish Music
The American Jewish Historical Society
A Heymishe Yiddishe Chanuke
Sunday, December 13, 2009 at 3 PM
Zalmen Mlotek and Guests from
The National Yiddish Theater-Folksbiene
(All songs will be accompanied by English supertitles, as is
the custom at the National Yiddish Theater-Folksbiene.)

Master Storyteller Isaiah Sheffer
of NPR’s Selected Shorts
Program followed by Menorah lighting, singing and reception.
$18 General; $12 Members;$9 Students & Seniors
For tickets call (212) 868-4444, or _www.smarttix.com_
Center for Jewish History
15 West 16th Street, NYC

Chanukah Party at WSJC Featuring Pey Dalid

Come join the West Side Jewish Center for our annual Chanukah Concert!
Congregation Beth Israel West Side Jewish Center
Featuring: Pey Dalid!
Wednesday, December 16th @ 7 PM
West Side Jewish Center
347 West 34th St. (Between 8 & 9 Ave.)
New York, NY
And More!
Please call the office for reservations: 212-502-5291

Yale Strom — In Memory Of

Dec. 16th at 7pm the world premiere of
YALE STROM’S quartet

In the summer of 2008, musician Yale Strom traveled to Romania and discovered a musical treasure trove. In the upstairs women’s balcony of the 1871 synagogue of Carei he found a box of old books including the cantor’s music book with over 250 melodies notated by hand. THIS ROMANIAN JEWISH MUSICAL TREASURE HAD BEEN LOST UNTIL STROM’S DISCOVERY. In Memory of is a performance based upon the cantorial music he uncovered, and is dedicated to the Jews who perished during the Holocaust. Virtuoso cellist Mike Block and his string quartet will perform the new compositon.

After the quartet Cantor Ari Priven (Cong. Bnai Jeshurun) will sing some of the melodies from the “lost” cantor’s book and then Yale Strom and Mike Block will perform melodies from the same work as klezmer pieces.…

Lipa and Kessin

Hannah Sacks Bais Yaakov in conjunction with Xclusive Productions presents:
Shua Kessin
also starring Shea Rubenstein
music orchestrated and conducted by Yisroel Lamm
December 14th, 2009 – Showtime 7:30pm
Evanston Township – 1600 Dodge Ave.
6:15pm bring ur family for dinner – Various foods for purchase
Tickets: $25, $36, $50, $75, VIP
For tickets please call: 773-850-9908 or visit

There’s Still Time– Tonight! IGNITE CHANGE @ the World Cafe

Sunday Dec 13th – IGNITE CHANGE @ the World Cafe
Lights Ignite Change at the World Cafe Live
on SUNDAY DECEMBER 13th, 7pm.
(Doors @ 6, Candle lighting @ 6:30)
World Cafe
3025 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 222-1400

Some awesome Philly organizations represented – from The Collaborative to
the Jewish Farm School to Gift of Life – and some great musicians lined up: NAOMI
LESS, SARAH AROESTE, and CHANA ROTHMAN. Latkes, gelt, and sweet tunes.
If you’re in Philly, try to make it!!

(If you don’t live in Philly…then please pass it along to a friend or family
member. If you really love them, don’t let them miss this special Chanukah event!)

Music, Justice, and Dreidles,
Chana Rothman, Naomi Less & Sarah Aroeste
The Collaborative
Jewish Farm School
Gift of Life Bone Marrow donation campaign
The Jewish Dialogue Group
Jewish Family and Child Services – Domestic Violence Prevention
The Renaissance Group
KI Reform Congregation
and World Cafe Live…

Lazarus Quartet at City Winery

The Lazarus Quartet is playing at the City Winery’s Klezmer Brunch series in Manhattan on
Sunday, December 27th. There are two sets, at 11 AM and 12:30 PM, a $10 cover
and brunch is available.
The repertoire draws heavily on the recorded works of Dave Tarras and Naftule
Brandwein. They also perform material from the Bulgarian, Greek and Turkish
musical traditions. The mission of the Lazarus Quartet is to present this music in a way
that’s reflective of their experiences as a Jazz musicians living in New York, so
there is a lot of improvisation and spontaneity on stage. The Lazarus Quartet
is Ben Holmes (trumpet), Uri Sharlin (accordion), Dan Loomis (bass) and Jeff Davis (drums).

Sunday December 27th City Winery Klezmer Brunch
sets at 11 AM and 12:30 PM
$10 Cover, brunch available
155 Varick Street
New York, New York 10013
(212) 608-0555

Kol Rinah Chanukah Concert

Kol Rinah, Westchester’s Jewish Community Chorus
Chanukah Concert conducted by Ben Gruder
Saturday, December 12th at 7:00 p.m.
At the Rosenthal JCC of Northern Westchester, 600 Bear Ridge Road, Pleasantville,
New York.

G.A. $17; Seniors/Students/Groups of 5 or more/JCC Members, $12 a person; $2
Discount for Advance Sales for all tickets.
Ticket information:
Anne Lowy (914)
232-7281 or
See also,

Celebrate Hanukkah with the Mama Doni Band at a Free Concert!

“Funky Music With a Jewish Twist” is what Mama Doni (aka Doni Zasloff) and her Band
will bring to Tikvat Israel on Sunday, December 13 in a free concert open to the
entire community. Winners of the 2008 “Simcha Award” at the International Jewish
Music Festival in Amsterdam, the Band’s repertoire is a wild mix of musical
styles–reggae, folk, classic rock, country, hip hop, klezmer, and theatrical–woven
together with Yiddish terms and Jewish themes. And it’s suitable for everyone, from
“Babies to Bubbies”–hip young kids and their even hipper parents and grandparents.
The Mama Doni Band is performing 13 concerts during December alone, in Los Angeles,
Massachusetts, New York, and New Jersey, but this is the only one in the Greater
Washington area, so don’t miss it!…

The Sephardic Music Festival Asefa and Yair Dalal

Sephardic Music Festival

Asefa, Yair Dalal and Michelle Webb
@ Union Hall
702 Union St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Monday, December 14, 2009, 7pm | $10

For more info: | |


Full ensemble performance with Yoshie Fruchter (oud/guitar), Noah Jarrett (bass/guimbri), Yaaki Levy (drums/percussion). If you haven’t been to Union Hall, this is a great music spot in Park Slope, Brooklyn.

A special treat will be the bill sharing by the legendary Yair Dalal, in town from Israel for one night only…don’t miss it!

Fern Lindzon, Bill McBirnie, Neil Swainson & Nick Fraser @ Chalkers!

Saturday, December 5 at 6:00pm.
Event: Fern Lindzon, Bill McBirnie, Neil Swainson & Nick Fraser @ Chalkers!
“one fabulous night!!”
Where: Chalkers Pub
247 Marlee Ave
Toronto, ON

Come and see what all the fuss is about at Chalkers Pub and why it is a favorite venue for so many of Toronto’s top jazz performers. The club has a lovely Yamaha piano, great sound, fabulous food and a comfortable and intimate environment for listening to music.

Coming up on Saturday, December 5 from 6-9PM will be the Fern Lindzon Jazz Quartet. Jazz pianist and vocalist, Fern Lindzon, is gearing up to record her sophomore jazz CD in early 2010 and she has a lot of new and exciting material. Fern’s highly original style include her own compositions, wonderful arrangements of unusual jazz standards and even some klezmer/yidddish music which Fern has arranged in a contemporary jazz setting.…

Israel Composers League Celebration of Mark Koptyman

יום הולדת למלחין מרק קופיטמן בהגיעו לגבורות, בשיתוף המכון למוסיקה ישראלית ואיגוד הקומפוזיטורים הישראלי

מוסיקה מאת קופיטמן ויצירות חדשות שמקדישים לו שלושה מתלמידיו

איל אדלר: בכורה

ארי בן-שבתאי: בכורה

מיכאל וולפה: בכורה

קופיטמן: יצירה חדשה לבסון סולו בכורה
קנטוס II,
לשלישיית מיתרים

טריפטיך, לפסנתר

מעגלים, לקול, קלרנית, צ’לו ופסנתר

אנסמבל מיתר

עמית דולברג, פסנתר

רואי אמוץ, חליל

גלעד הראל, קלרנית

נדב כהן, בסון

משה אהרונוב, כינור

ענת אנגלמאיר, צ’לו

הרכב ייחודי, בראש מעייניו ביצוע מוסיקה קאמרית ישראלית ומוסיקה המבוססת על נושאים ועל רעיונות יהודיים. האנסמבל נוסד בשנת 2004 בידי עמית דולברג, מנהלו לאורך שנות פעילותו. האנסמבל מתמחה בביצוע מוסיקה ישראלית עכשווית, וככזה הוקדשו לו יצירות רבות בידי מיטב המלחינים בארץ. עוד מתמקד האנסמבל ברפרטואר חברי האגודה למוסיקה יהודית של סנט פטרבורג מתחילת המאה העשרים; מלחינים כגון גנסין, אנגל, וופריק ואחרון, בחלקו בנגינת בכורה ישראלית.

A Cultural Journey Through Jewish India

Scholar’s Shabbat:
A Cultural Journey Through Jewish India
with Rahel Musleah

Tikvat Israel Congregation
2200 Baltimore Road
Rockville, MD 20851

December 4-5, 2009
Please note deadline for reservations
Friday, Dec. 4
6 p.m. Kabbalat Shabbat
Dinner (reservations required)
8 p.m. Lecture: “Jewish Calcutta Through Music and Memory”
(free, open to the community)

Saturday, Dec. 5 (Parshat Vayishlach)
9:30 a.m. Shacharit: Rahel will be chanting Torah and Haftorah in the
style and will discuss differences in the liturgy.
Lecture: “A Taste of Shabbat, Calcutta Style”
12:15 p.m. Dessert kiddush and Q&A with Rahel, followed immediately by
6 p.m. Ma’ariv and havdalah
6:30 p.m. A Taste of India: Vegetarian Dairy Indian Repast (reservations
8 p.m. Melave Malka: “Masala: A Bazaar of Spice, Song and Story”
(free, open to the community)

Shabbat Dinner: $18 adults/$8 students
A Taste of India: $10 adults/$5 students (Adults registered for both meals,
RSVP: or call the synagogue office at 301-762-7338
by Nov.…

Saturday Night Party klezmer concert and jam

“Saturday Night Party: klezmer concert and jam”
on Saturday, December 5 at 8:00pm.

Event: Saturday Night Party: klezmer concert and jam
“Cookie decorating competition, Hanukkah sing-along and Yiddish dancing. So
much Jewish fun in one night! Is it possible?”
What: Fundraiser
Start Time: Saturday, December 5 at 8:00pm
Where: Brooklyn, NY
details and RSVP, follow the link below: (facebook)
To see more

Pey Dalid “Open Eyes” CD Release Party at Brooklyn Bowl Dec. 24 2009

Pey Dalid Concert PosterThursday, December 24, 2009 at 6:00pm
Location: Brooklyn Bowl
Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn Bowl’s First Annual Matzah Bowl
61 Wythe Ave Brooklyn, NY 11211
Call 718-963-3369
Date: Dec 24th
Time: 6PM Doors 8:15 Bands
Pey Dalid – 10PM (At the door tell them your there to see Pey Dalid!)
Tickets 12/Adv 15/D.O.S.
To buy tickets online –
Other acts: Six Point StarDov (Rosenblatt of Blue Fringe) — Days Like Months (From Israel) — Describe and Diwan

Habrera Hativeet at Zappa Herzliya

Date: Wednesday, December 2, 2009
Time: 8:30pm – 11:50pm
הרצליה, רח’ מדינת היהודים 85

הברירה הטבעית – חוגגים 30 שנה בזאפה הרצליה
ממשיכים את הסדרה והפעם אורחת : מירי מסיקה

Habrera Hativeet – Zappa Herzliya with special guest : Miri Mesika

Idelsohn Society Blog and more

The new Idelsohn Society for Musical Preservation has a website that includes a blog, a wiki and information about old recordings.
While some may believe that much of this music deserves to be lost –and for good –, others are thrilled with the revival of the Jewish music of this era. Well, with the new generation, what is old is always new again. Take a look at what your grandma listened to when she was your age… and make up your own mind.

Me La Amargates Tú — Sephardic Music

Me La Amargates Tú :
Esteban Manzano, voice
Doret Florentin, recorders
Tulio Rondón, viola da gamba
Sarah Ridy, baroque harp
Cristian Gutiérrez, baroque guitar
Juan Martínez, percussion

November 18th at 12:45 hs, Kloosterkerk (Lange Voorhout 4)
The Hague, Holland

November 19th at 20:00 hs, Cultural Centre of Schoten (Verbeerstraat 3)
Schoten, Belgium

November 20th at 20:00 hs, Cultural Centre Ter-Dilft of Bornen
(Amandsesteenweg 41-43)
Bornen, Belgium

November 22nd at 15:00 hs, Cultural Centre of Zwijndrecht (Kerkplein 1)
Zwijndrecht, Belgium

November 29th at 17:00 hs,Salle de la Cité Bleue (46, Avenue de Miremont)
Genéve, Switzerland

New Muslim Cool

Thursday, December 10, 2009
7:30 p.m.
Hebrew College, Berenson Hall
$10 advance registration; $15 general admission, free for students with valid ID
The School of Jewish Music presents
A Jewish Music Forum
Music of a Nation, Music of a People:
Is Israeli Art-Music Jewish?
Ronit Seter
Respondant: Klára Móricz
Co-sponsored by the Jewish Music Forum of the American Society for Jewish Music

For information, please contact Renée Tepper, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ; 617-559-8622.

What defines a particular genre of music as the voice of a people? of a nation? And what if the two are intrinsically intertwined? For the founders of Israeli art music—Paul Ben-Haim, Alexander Boskovich, Oedoen Partos, Mordecai Seter and Josef Tal—the goal was to separate people and nation, to create a national “style” of music that was unique to Israel, rather than identified with Jewish music of the Diaspora.…

Barry Serota Z”l

Barry Serota

Barry Serota, a practicing attorney and executive director of the Institute for Jewish Sound Recording, died suddenly November 16, 2009 on a plane flight between New York and Madrid on the way to Israel.

Serota, widely known for his deep knowledge of Jewish music, had produced more than 100 recordings of Jewish sacred and secular music. Serota’s output at the Institute, based in Chicago, included choral, instrumental, folk and art music. Serota was especially known a promoter of chazzanut. Starting in 1969, he issued many esoteric Jewish music recordings under the imprint of Musique Internationale.

Serota, an advisor to the Milken Foundation, worked on their large project of the Library of American Jewish Music, the recordings which were published under the Naxos label.…

Krakauer Plays with Detroit Symphony

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Leonard Slatkin will give the premiere performance of the Clarinet Klezmer Concerto, by Wlad Marhulets. The featured clarinet soloist is David Krakauer, one of the foremost musicians of the vital new wave of klezmer. The concerts will take place at the Orchestra Hall in Detroit on December 10th – 13th, 2009.
Max M. Fisher Music Center
3711 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48201
Box Office Phone: (313) 576-5111
Box Office Fax: (313) 576-5109

Marhulet “DYBBUK” String Quartet Premiere

The string quartet Dybbuk by Wlad Marhulet was written for the New York based “J.A.C.K.” quartet. The piece is inspired by Jewish folklore, in which a Dybbuk is a malicious possessing spirit, believed to be the dislocated soul of a dead person. The piece depicts two aspects of Dybbuk – its wild and aggressive nature, as well as its memories from the past life full of suffering and tears.

The premiere is going to take place November 30th at 8:00pm.
in Paul Hall, Julliard School, NYC
60 Lincoln Center Plaza, Broadway (at 65th St)
Upper West Side
Subway: 1 to 66th St–Lincoln Ctr

Tekeeyah Concerto for Shofar/Trombone and Orchestra World Premiere

Haim Avitsur World Premiere Performances of Meira Warshauer’s Concerto for
Shofar/Trombone and Orchestra
on November 15 in Brevard, NC and November
17 in Columbia, SC

Composer Meira Warshauer’s Tekeeyah (a call) – Concerto for
Shofar/Trombone and Orchestra
, will be given Premiere performances with
the Brevard Philharmonic on November 15 –
3 PM at
Porter Center for the Performing Arts of Brevard College,
1 Brevard College Dr. in Brevard, North Carolina

with the University of South Carolina Symphony Orchestra
on November 17 –
7:30 PM at
the Koger Center for the Arts
1051 Greene St. in
Columbia, South Carolina.

Shofar/trombone virtuoso Haim Avitsur will be soloist at both performances.

Cyro Baptista & Beat The Donkey, Edom, and More

Cyro Baptista & Beat The Donkey
Record Release Party for Infinito – Out now on Tzadik Records
EDOM, the group led by one of the new guitar heroes of modern avant-jazz EYAL MAOZ will also be celebrating the release of their new album Hope and Destruction – out now on Tzadik Records.

Saturday, November 14, 2009
Time: 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Le Poisson Rouge
158 Bleecker Street, NYC
New York, NY

In Memory Of… Strom Finds ‘Lost Romanian Jewish Music’

Dec. 16th at 7pm the world premiere of Yale Strom’s new quartet:
“IN THE MEMORY OF…” as part of a concert of
“Lost Romanian Jewish Music”
Start Time: Wednesday, December 16 at 7:00pm
Where: Eldridge Street Synagogue
12 Eldridge Street (off Canal), NYC
Tel: (212)219-0302
Seniors $12.00; Public $15.00

In the summer of 2008, musician Yale Strom traveled to Romania and discovered a musical treasure trove. In the upstairs women’s balcony of the 1871 synagogue of Carei he found a box of old books including the cantor’s music book with over 250 melodies notated by hand. This Romanian Jewish musical treasure had been lost. In Memory of is a performance based upon the cantorial music he uncovered, and is dedicated to the Jews who perished during the Holocaust.…

Shem’s Disciples with Candido Camero Team Up with David Amram and bobby Sanabria

New York Reggae/Hip-Hop Fusion Band Shem’s Disciples is joined by Latin
jazz Legend Candido Camero, renowned jazz instrumentalist and composer David Amram,
and multi-Grammy nominated percussionist Bobby Sanabria, to perform a special
concert for the Institute for Music and Neurologic Function (IMNF) Music Therapy
program. The IMNF is a member of the Beth Abraham Family of Health Services.

The concert will take place on Wednesday, December 2
from 7-9p.m. at the
Conservatory of Music at Purchase College, SUNY
735 Anderson Hill Rd.
Purchase, NY 10577

Tickets cost $50 and can be purchase by calling 718-519-5840 or e-mailing

Gila Carcas Chamber Works

Israel Composers League member, Jerusalem-based Gila (Gillian) Carcas, has a new website biography and a listing of compositions. There is an mp3 for her work “Beside the Lake” for Violin, Cello and Piano. Her works are available for puchase through the website. Gila has written over 50 pieces for small chamber ensembles, solo works, a chamber opera and some orchestra compositions.

Unsung Songs and Song Cycles

Works by Joel Mandelbaum will be performed
at 2 PM on Sunday, November 15th
at the Assembly Hall of the Community Church of New York, which shares
its facilities with the Metropolitan Synagogue, 40 East 35th Street, NYC

The performance will be repeated the following day
Monday, November 16 at 12:15
at Lefrak Concert Hall at Queens College.

With a range of settings written from 1958 to 2009, the concert is truly a
major retrospective and will feature, among others, Emily Duncan-Brown and
Roz Woll

Over a more than 50-year period of devotion to the art song in fourteen
cycles, Mandelbaum has set poems by Millay, Leonie Adams, Karen Ethelsdattar,
Bettina Blake, and Benjamin J.R. Stolper, among others.

Moscow Male Jewish Choir at Town Hall

Moscow Male Jewish Choir,

Moscow Male Jewish Choir
Wednesday December 9 2009
at Town Hall TOWN HALL

They’ve played the world’s stages from Russian synagogues to Carnegie Hall, winning
critical raves and fans among Jews and non-Jewish audiences alike.

A Broadway debut of the 20-voice Moscow Male
Jewish Choir Wednesday, December 9, 2009 at 8 p.m., in Town Hall, 123 West 43rd
Street, New York, NY, 10036. Tenor Joseph Malovany, celebrated cantor of New York s
Fifth Avenue Synagogue, joins the choir and its distinguished founder, conductor
Alexander Tsaliuk, in a concert that features a mix of liturgical works, Yiddish,
Hebrew and Russian folksongs, classics and international favorites.

Tickets, $40 – $80, are available at Ticketmaster, 212-307-4100
The Town Hall box office (212) 840-2824 (starting November,10)
For more information and group rates call (718)-213-0076 …

Veretski Pass Concert, Ask Drs. Klez and Dance Party

Temple Beth Tikvah in Madison, CT and
Veretski Pass
Cookie Segelstein, Joshua Horowitz and Stuart Brotman

Friday, Nov 13, Music in the service with Rabbi and Cantor
Saturday, Nov 14th
7:30pm Havdalah Celebration
Saturday, November 14, 2009
Time: 7:30pm – 10:30pm
8:00 pm — Concert/Lecture including a performance of the “Klezmer Shul” followed by a Dance Party
hors d’oeuvres and wine
(Admission Free )

Sunday, Nov 15
12:15, Lunch and learn for adults, Ask Drs. Kez

Temple Beth Tikvah
196 Durham Rd. (Route 79)
Madison, CT 06443
For further information, contact Cantor Goldberg at 203-245-7028, ext. 209.

London Klezmer Orchestra

Wednesday 11 November
London Klezmer Orchestra
The Cross Kings, 126 York Way, London N1

The London Klezmer Orchestra meets to practise repertoire and arrange music.
For further information call William Millis on 020 8969 7019. Tunes online.
Next session: Monday 23 November, 7.30-9.30pm at the same venue.

Entry £5

Saturday 14 November
3pm – 2am
Freylekh Klezmer Dance Band
The Cross Kings, 126 York Way, London N1

Peace House 50th Anniversary Celebration & Benefit. A riot of entertainment
to celebrate 50 years of Houseman’s peace activities.

Freylekh Klezmer Dance Band (Jess Cohen – oboe; Ilana Cravitz – violin;
Sarah Moore and Kath Moore – saxes; Martina Schwarz – accordion) plays at
10pm. Also on the bill: Ian Saville (magician), Leon Rosselson (folk

Tickets £9 or £8.50.…

DJ Rob and You Shall Know Us

Tuesday November 10
The Foundation Room–House of Blues
15 Landsdowne Street, Boston
New Center for Arts and Culture
Jewish vinyl will come to life in Boston as Roger Bennet, author of “And You Shall Know Us by the Trail of Our Vinyl”, a book chronicling the story of Jews in America from the 1940s through the recordings on LP. Performance by DJ Rob of the Israeli DJ crew Soulico.
Tickets $12 in advance, $20 at the door.
To Purchase Tickets visit:
or call: 617-531-4610

Ayelet and Anat in Petach Tiqua

Ayelet Rose Gottlieb
Ayelet and Anat (& surprise guests) in an intimate concert
part of “Presented by Ofer Portugali” Concert Series
Thursday, November 26, 2009
Time: 9:00pm – 11:00pm
at Beit Shapira, 20 Herzl Street, Petach Tiqua
Phone: 03-905-2349

Original compositions and improvised music…
Ayelet Rose Gottlieb and Anat Fort
to hear tracks from Ayelet’s new album – please visit:

Shua Kessin Kumzitz for Shlomo Carlebach

Shua Kessin Kumzitz will be presenting its Second Annual Live Music Webcast Featuring Shua Kessin in honor of the yahrtzeit of R’ Shlomo Carlebach z”l, whose music has touched the souls of countless people. This event follows the first-ever live Jewish music webcast last year, produced by, which drew tens of thousands of viewers. All day Sunday Nov. 8.

This year’s webcast, which is being produced by Ozer Babad and hosted and powered by, is expected to be watched by tens of thousands of people across the globe and will also be heard live on Radio Kol Berama, 107.9 FM in Lakewood, NJ.

Shua will be accompanied this Motzoei Shabbos by an orchestra featuring Yanky Katina, Yaakov Zeines and Jo Blumenthal.
The webcast will be broadcast live from Gal Paz on 13th Avenue in Boro Park, and all are invited to join in person or watch the event live on the #1 Torah newscenter on the Web,…

Yosif Feigelson Cello Concert of Mieczyslaw Weinberg in NYC

Weinberg sonatasOn Sunday, November 22nd at 3 p.m. celebrated Russian cellist Yosif Feigelson
will perform at the Stephen Wise Free Synagogue (30 West 68th Street, NYC).

The concert will feature four Cello Sonatas of composer Mieczyslaw (Moishe) Weinberg (1919-1996). Tickets and more information are available at the website: or by phone at: (212) 877-4050.

Called “one of the most prolific, yet largely overlooked composers”,
Mieczyslaw (Moishe) Weinberg is author to 26 symphonies, 17 string quartets, operas,
concerti as well as music to many movies including famous “The Cranes Are Flying”.
For more facts about composer visit

Klezmer en Buenos Aires

Klezmer Buenos Aires
Part of Klez California Fall Festival
Saturday, November 14, 2009
JCC San Francisco, CA
The Lerner Moguilevsky Duo has been wowing audiences around the world for over a decade, playing with an intensity and originality that makes believers of everyone who hears them. This is klezmer mixed with hints of tango and other Latin American rhythms. Fabulous! Public $35, JCC members $32, students $30.

Tickets at, 415/292-1233 or in person at the JCCSF box office.
Stop by KlezCalifornia’s information table!

Esther by Hugo Weisgall at City Opera in NYC

City Opera’s season gets under way this weekend — with a reconstituted production of Hugo Weisgall’s “Esther,” given its premiere by the company in 1993. Esther runs at the Koch Theater Nov. 7-19. Ticket, priced $12-$145, may be purchased at New York City Opera. Read about it at:

Featuring Laura Flanigan

Video and Information at the NYC Opera:
“America’s Greatest Opera Composer”…
“One of the greatest operas”…
“True Epic Music Theater!”

“Tribute”: The Chamber Music of Judith Shatin

Deering Estate, Living Artist Concert Series
Meet Judith Shatin
Venue: Deering Estate at Cutler, Miami, FL
Event Date: November 13, 2009
The concert begins at 7:00 pm; Meet the Artist Reception at 6:30 pm.
Single tickets $25 on sale at the Visitor Center Ticket Office, or by calling (305) 235-1668, ext. 233.
On November 13 the Living Artist Concert Series at Deering Estate presents “Tribute” a concert featuring composer Judith Shatin with the Deering Estate Chamber Ensemble. They will perform Shatin’s chamber works View from Mt. Nebo and Doxa linking historical wartime works by Louis Ferdinand of Prussia and Erich Korngold.


featured will be:



NYFOS¹s Fats and Fields program caused Talkin¹ Broadway to say “What can
make you smile for two hours? New York Festival of Song”

Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Center and New York Festival of Song (NYFOS, ) will present Great American
Songwriting Teams, an evening of famous and rarely-heard songs honoring the
genius of America¹s classic collaborators, on Tuesday and Thursday November
17 and 19 at 8 PM at Merkin Concert Hall at Kaufman Center.


Second Songs of Life Choral-Orchestral Festival in Bulgaria

The Second Songs of Life Choral-Orchestral Festival will take place in Bulgaria and Israel, Dec. 27, 2010 – Jan. 7, 2011. The festival will feature the WORLD PREMIERE performance of a newly commissioned oratorio depicting the inspiring story of the rescue of the Jews of Bulgaria during World War II.

Hundreds of singers accompanied by professional philharmonic orchestra will perform the oratorio in celebration of a poignant historical moment. In addition to the world premiere of the oratorio, all performances will include a program specially selected by the Festival conductors.

The original work by Composer Charles David Osborne and Librettist Aryeh Finklestein features conductors Dr. Joshua Jacobson, Director of the Zamir Chorale of Boston, and Professor Henry Leck, Director of the Indianapolis Children’s Choir.

For more information and to register, visit and watch the video about the previous festival… or contact the festival organizers, Kalin and Sharon Tchonev, Tel: + 1-803-520-3626,…


sponsored by YIVO
at the Center for Jewish History

The internationally renowned cellist Ralph Kirshbaum honors the memory of his late teacher Lev Aronson (1912-1988), a Holocaust survivor who played for many years with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, with a rare New York recital. Mr. Kirshbaum will perform compositions by Aronson as well as works by some of the artists who influenced him.

The program will also feature a reading by author Frances Brent from her critically acclaimed new book, The Lost Cellos of Lev Aronson (Atlas & Co.).

Admission: $25 General / $18 YIVO members
Box Office: 212.868.4444 |

Fishel Bresler & Shelley Katsh in Providence

Fishel Bresler & Shelley Katsh play Klezmer & Hassidic Music
5 Saturday Evenings 8 – 10 PM $9
Nov. 28, Dec. 26 2009, Jan. 30 & Feb. 23 2010
In Providence, at the Brooklyn Coffee & Tea House
209 Douglas Ave.

Directions: 5 minutes from the Providence Marriot, (down the hill from
Staples & Whole Foods): Go right on Orms along side the Marriot, over rt
95, then take first right onto Douglas Ave. We’re 1/2 mile down on the right, just
past the rt 95 S entrance.
For more specific directions go to
email us at

A Taste of Russia

A Taste of Russia: Sholem Aleichem as you Least Expect Him — this
Wednesday! With wonderful Yiddish vocalist Adrienne Cooper.
Join Sid Jacobson JCC, Suffolk Y JCC and The Workmen’s Circle for an
evening of hilarious, touching and unexpected readings and songs in
honor of Sholem Aleichem’s 150th birthday. Dessert and coffee
Wednesday, November 4, 7:00 pm
Location: Sid Jacobson JCC
Fee $20 / members, Suffolk Y-JCC and Workmen Circle members $15.
Call for availability — 516-484-1545 ext. 173

Click here for Sid Jacobson JCC website

Fanny Mendelssohn Portrait Exhibited

The Jewish Museum in NYC has a new acquisition: Portrait of Fanny Mendelssohn Hensel, 1842, by 19th
century German artist Moritz Daniel Oppenheim, has been added to the
“Modernity” section of Culture and Continuity. The subject of this
portrait was the sister of famous composer Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy,
a talented composer and musician in her own right. Fanny Hensel was
the wife of a fellow painter, Wilhelm Hensel, whom Oppenheim met in Rome
with the Nazarenes. Oppenheim, widely recognized as a portraitist, is
known as the first Jewish artist to have benefited from the
Emancipation, when new civil rights permitted Jews entry into academies
of art for the first time in Europe. Extensively patronized by the
Frankfurt branch of the Rothschild family, Oppenheim characterized
himself (immodestly) as “a painter to the Rothschilds and the Rothschild
of painters.”
The Jewish Museum
1109 5th Ave at 92nd St
New York NY 10128…

Tova sings Beyle

Start Time: Thursday Nov.19 2009
Cocktails at 6:30 PM Show 8 PM
New Yiddish Repertory Theater
45 East 33rd Street New York 917 670-1631

A special evening of Dinner Cabaret

We will pay tribute to NEA honoree Beyla Schaechter-Gottesman, bringing contemporary styling to Beyla’s wonderful Yiddish songs. Don’t miss this one!!!

A Harvest of World Sounds


Tuesday, November 10, 2009 at 9:00pm
Location: Puppets Jazz Bar, 481 5th Avenue Park Slope- Brooklyn, NY

A special Fall concert featuring dynamic world music acts blending a multitude of influences in a harvest of Latin, French, and Sephardic sounds. International acts Out of Isla, Sarah Aroeste and Nadina Mauri perform at Puppets Jazz Bar (481 5th Avenue Park Slope- Brooklyn, NY).
Tickets $6 w/ a two-item minimum. (For tickets and more info: or call 718-499-2622)

Sharing the bill for the first time, these three world music acts blend original sounds, both vocal and instrumental, from across the globe and offer an intimate, rich program to herald in the Fall at Puppets Jazz Bar, a venue that features some of the hottest new up-and-comers and legendary jazz artists in the world.…

An Evening of Baroque Jewish music at the Kennedy Center

Charles and Robyn Krauthammer proudly present:
An Evening of Baroque Jewish music at the Kennedy Center
Apollo Ensemble
An evening of Baroque Jewish music:
The Apollo Ensemble presented by Pro Musica Hebraica

Making its U.S. debut, Amsterdam’s Apollo Ensemble performs a concert of Baroque Jewish musical treasures, one night only, at the Kennedy Center. A highlight is the American premiere of Dio, Clemenza e Rigore, an anonymously composed oratorio for an eighteenth-century Italian Jewish holiday synagogue service. Don’t miss this rarely performed work. This concert is presented by Pro Musica Hebraica, devoted to presenting Jewish classical music, much of it believed lost, forgotten, or rarely performed, in a concert hall setting.

Apollo Ensemble
Thu., Nov. 5 at 7:30 | Kennedy Center Terrace Theater | Seats $38

CACERES – Le-el elim, Cantata for two voices and basso continuo (1738)
MARCELLO – Salmo 15/Ma’oz Tzur (1724-1727)
For alto, violincello, bassoon, harpsichord, and baritone
De ROSSI – Trio sonatas for two violins and basso continuo (ca.…

Dubrow Talk on Lazar Weiner at Milstein Conference in NYC


One day public conference celebrating history of Jewish life in New
York, achievements of Jewish communal organizations, treasures of Jewish
archives. Conference marks culmination of 3 years of work on the
Milstein Family Jewish Communal Archive Project. Morning Sessions
feature presentation on Jewish organizational archives and a roundtable
discussion by Jewish agency leaders, Afternoon focuses on papers by
scholars on a wide range of political, social and cultural issues and
the evening session features a discussion by New York area archivists
to discuss the rich resources found in New York and how to preserve them
for the future. Funded by the Milstein Family Foundation and the
Howard and Abby Milstein Foundation.…

Steve Reich Talks about his Jewish Music at JMF

Pulitzer Prize-winning Composer Steve Reich Talks about his Jewish Music
(with music examples from the composer’s collection) — a unique interview
by fellow Pulitzer Prize-winner David Lang.

On Sunday, November 8th at 3 PM
at the Center for Jewish History
15th West 16th Street, NYC

The Jewish Music Forum presents a unique interview
with Pulitzer Prize-Winning Composer Steve Reich about his Jewish Music, with
music examples from the composers own collection. Mr. Reich will be
interview by fellow Pulitzer Prize-winning composer, David Lang.
The Jewish Music Forum is free to the public. Reservations for the Steve
Reich Talk will be taken on a first-come first-served basis. Call

Dudu Fisher at Symphony Hall in Boston

Special Half Price Tickets to see Dudu Fisher
Live in Concert at Boston Symphony Hall – November 1, 2009

Known for his stirring performance on Broadway as
Jean Valjean in LES MISERABLES and as a world
famous Israeli cantor, Dudu Fisher brings an
exciting and visually stunning show to Boston’s
Symphony Hall on Sunday, November 1, at 7:30 PM.
Based on his highly successful PBS special, IN
CONCERT FROM ISRAEL, Fisher will take the
audience on an inspired journey connecting his
talent as a Broadway performer, cantor, and
contemporary artist with music and stories that
celebrate the beauty of Israel’s landscape, culture and people.

We are pleased to offer half-price tickets to
those who mention this announcement by calling
617-266-1200 or by visiting

Fisher has performed on the stages of Broadway,
the West End in London, Israel, and throughout
the world, including singing with the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Maestro Zubin
Mehta, recording an album of show tunes with the
London Symphony Orchestra, and performing for
Britain’s Royal family and Bill and Hillary

Dubrow Talk on Lazar Weiner

YIVO is holding a conference on New York and the American Jewish Experience on Monday, Nov. 2, 2009.

The 4:15 to 5:30 pm afternoon session will include a paper by Marsha Dubrow, a musicologist at CUNY, on Lazar Weiner, and how Weiner’s music was felt in different parts of the Jewish community. The paper will include illustrations and samples.

From 5:30 to 6:15 there will be an Evening Reception.

In the evening, from 6:15 to 7:30 there will be a Roundtable of
Archivists on the Preserving the Treasures of Jewish Archives, with
participation from 92nd Street Y Archives, American Jewish Committee
Archives, Hadassah Archives, HIAS Archives, JDC Archives, Yeshiva
University Archives and YIVO Archives.

For the full program and to register, please visit:

Sy Kushner CD Release Performance

Klezmer Brunch at City Winery
Sy Kushner CD Release Performance
Nov.1, 2009
11.a.m. and 1.p.m.
Sy Kushner will be making a rare public appearance when he performs at City Winery* on Nov.1. He will be playing original tunes from his newly released CD, “Journeys”. Accompanying him will be some of New York’s top klezmer musicians.

Sy was one of the founders and musical director of The Mark 3, a trendsetting Jewish music ensemble in the mid 60’s. More recently, he has released 3 CDs as well as books of transcriptions of both his own music as well as klezmer classics.

For more info, visit his website at

City Winery is located at 155 Varick Street in lower Manhattan.Doors open at 10 a.m. Show times are 11 a.m.…

Jewish Music Radio Returns to London s Airwaves this weekend

London is to have a Jewish music show once again after a 2-year absence. The Jewish
Program will air on east-London based ethnic radio station NuSounradio for an hour
every evening at 7pm.

Presenters Zev Gruber and Yitzchok Mordfield will bring listeners some of the latest
and greatest hits Up until June 2007, Soundradio 1503AM carried several Jewish
programmes, but upon its collapse that ended.

Now listeners will be able to once again tune in and hear Jewish music on the radio
by tuning in to the frequency of 92FM or at

Association for Canadian Jewish Studies Call for Papers

The Association for Canadian Jewish Studies/L’Association des études juives canadiennes (ACJS /l’AÉJC) will be holding its 34th Annual Conference May 30-June 1, 2010 at Concordia University in Montreal as part of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. The conference provides a platform for original scholarly research in Canadian Jewish history, life and culture. Individuals are invited to send proposals for learned paper presentations in either English or French twenty minutes in
length (approximately 2,000 words) that concern some aspect of the Canadian Jewish experience.

Potential presenters are asked to submit a paper
proposal by Tuesday, January 5, 2010. The paper proposal should comprise a
400-word abstract formulated to clearly and concisely state the main argument
of the scholarly paper and indicate how it will contribute to existing
scholarship in the field of Canadian Jewish Studies.…

Song is the Pen of the Soul—An Interfaith Interchange

Song is the Pen of the Soul—An Interfaith Interchange
Sunday, November 15
Wilson Chapel
Andover Newton Theological School
3:30–5:45 p.m.
Free and open to the public
Seating is limited – please register now.

Dr. Joshua Jacobson and the Zamir Chorale of Boston
Reverend Burns Stanfield and the Andover Newton Community Choir
Commentary by Rabbi Daniel Lehmann and Priscilla Deck

Please join the Zamir Chorlae and the Andover Newton Community Choir for a rousing performance, discussion and sing-along of inspiring music from Jewish and Christian faith traditions. Rabbi Daniel Lehmann will discuss the Jewish spiritual music tradition, illustrated by the Zamir Chorale of Boston under the direction of Dr. Joshua Jacobson; the program will feature selections of Hassidic music and works by Louis Lewandowski, Shlomo Carlebach and Ernest Bloch.…

Dan Aran Breathing CD Released

An Israeli musician living in Brooklyn, Dan Aran just released his new CD Breathing containing a number of compositions by him. Aran is known in NY as a “brush specialist” and has got what the doctor ordered. Take a deep breath and listen to Breathing.. It’s sure to put you in the right place.

Segundo Mundo

Segundo Mundo is a little klezmer orchestra formed in 2005. The group name
is associated with the origin of this ancient music. Klezmer was born in a
region of Central Eastern Europe known as the “second world.” The group performs
originals versions of the most well known popular songs. “Segundo Mundo” performs
every Sunday in the neighborhood of “San Telmo”, in Buenos Aires. The band has also
played in hundreds of private events and in almost every place of Buenos Aires. The
orchestra took their music to other cities in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay.
Several times Segundo Mundo performed in Radio and Television. Highlights include
active involvement in the First World Klezmer Music in Argentina (KLEZFIESTA)
presented at the National Center of Music at the Teatro Presidente Alvear, the
Obelisk and the Greek Amphitheater.…

Kulmus Hanefesh: A musical journey into the Hassidic niggun

The Jewish Music Research Centre in Jerusalem has released a new CD : Kulmus Hanefesh: A musical journey into the Hassidic niggun. The recordings are edited by Seroussi Edwin, the director of the Centre and Shaked Yuval, a composer. Performances by HaOman Hai ensemble in association with the Jewish Music Research Centre, Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Jerusalem Music Center. The album, released in 2009, includes a CD and a booklet in Hebrew.
Price: $ 20 / 80
For more information:

International Jewish Music Festival — Amsterdam

The 15th edition of the International Jewish Music Festival will be
held in the brand new concert halls of the Amsterdam Conservatory. We welcome back the
winners from last year’s international competition for a weekend filled with

The ensembles will give concerts and workshops in the most diverse
Jewish music sub-genres: hip-hop and reggae for kids, Yiddish song, Sephardic
music, klezmer and Balkan music, close harmony and classical.

The free Open Podium gives starting ensembles and soloists a chance to
take the stage and show what they’ve got. The bustling Jewish Cultural Market will
feature booksellers, CD’s, sheet music and various Jewish cultural
organisations. And our grand prize winner from last year, She’Koyokh, will host a
swinging Jam Session, also free and open to everyone.…

The Jewish Romantics Chamber Concert


The Jewish Museum will present The Jewish Romantics, a concert
celebrating the 200th anniversary of Felix Mendelssohn’s birth, at 1109 Fifth Avenue
at 92nd Street on Thursday, November 5 at 7 pm. This performance features a roster
of gifted young artists from Mannes College, which continues its yearlong music
festival, “The Mendelssohn Salon.” Felix Mendelssohn and his musically talented
sister, Fanny, were hosts and guests at cultural gatherings known as salons, which
included the great composers of their day. This concert explores the music of the
Mendelssohns and of other important Jewish composers of the 19th century Romantic

The November 5 program is a co-production of Mannes College, The New
School for Music, and The Jewish Museum.…

Solo Piano Concert by Lilia Valitova

Lilia Valitova, will perform the music of Mozart, Beethoven, and Debussy;
piano compositions based on Jewish folk and liturgical melodies; and newly composed
original Baha i-inspired piano songs. The event will take place on Saturday,
November 21, at 7 pm, at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley (in
Kensington) , One Lawson Road, Kensington CA 94707. Adult general admission, $18;
children 13 and under, free. CDs will be available for purchase. For more information, please visit

Festival de musiques juives anciennes “Kol Haneshama”

L’Association des Amis de la Musique Juive (
a le grand plaisir de vous annoncer le
Festival de musiques juives anciennes

“Kol Haneshama”

Dimanche 15 novembre 2009 à 17h: “Khagiga Yehudit”
Le Tendre Amour (Barcelone): Musique des fêtes des communautés juives d’Italie et
des Pays-Bas aux 17ème et 18ème siècles.

Dimanche 22 novembre 2009 à 17h: “Ayn naye lid”
Lucidarium (Genève, Milan): Prières et chansons profanes ashkénazes inédites de
l’aube de la culture yiddish – en première suisse!

Dimanche 29 novembre 2009 à 17h: “Me la amargates tú”
Me la amargates tú (Hollande, Israël): chants judéo-espagnols, joués sur des
instruments du Baroque et de la Renaissance, comme cela aurait pu se faire du 15ème
au 17ème siècles, si…

Ces 3 concerts auront lieu à la Cité Bleue, 46 avenue de Miremont, 1206 Genève.…

Michael WInograd Klezmer Trio in Boston

MW Klezmer Trio plays a special concert in Cambridge at the Western Front Club, Presented by the New England Conservatory of Music. celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the NEC Jazz Dept.

Michael Winograd Klezmer Trio:
Michael Winograd – clarinet
Carmen Staaf – accordion
Benjy Fox-Rosen – bass, vocal
also on the bill is Hankus Netsky, with his ensemble

Tuesday, October 20, 2009
7:30pm – 10:30pm
Western Front Club
Western Front Club is at 343 Western Ave
$10 for the evening, all proceeds go to the Conservatory